Program/Courses


Annual Conference and Exposition on Experimental and Applied Mechanics

EXPANDING THE BOUNDARIES OF MECHANICS
June 3—6, 2019 in Reno, Nevada
 
Upcoming Deadlines
Conference Pre-registration Ends: April 22, 2019
Hotel Discount Ends: May 10, 2019
Past Deadlines
Submission Materials:  February 25, 2019
Abstracts: October 17, 2018
Authors notified, via e-mail, of acceptance/rejection: Postponed to end of January 2019

Technical Program
 


Final Program

Pre-conference Courses

Course 101:
Residual Stress

Instructors:  
Michael Prime - Los Alamos National Laboratory
Michael Hill - University of California, Davis
Adrian DeWald - Hill Engineering
Antonio Baldi - Università degli Studi di Cagliari
Cev Noyan - Columbia University

Date and Time: 
Sunday, June 2, 2019  |  9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Description:
This course aims to cover a broad, practical introduction to residual stresses for students, researchers and industrialists with an interest in the subject. We cover the most practically important aspects of residual stress, things that are fairly simple but often counterintuitive, poorly understood, or just not widely known. Most of this material is not covered by coursework for engineers or material scientists. We will answer the most important questions: What are residual stresses and where do they come from? What effects do they have? How are the stress components throughout a body interrelated? How can you measure residual stresses? How can you use residual stress knowledge in models to predict failures or other issues? How can you use superposition to simplify many calculations? Along the way we will point out pitfalls to avoid and mistakes that appear in the literature.